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Future Pokes: Starkel Wins Again, Madre Harper Has Another Solid Week



The Oklahoma State offense may not be impressing you lately but the commits for next year are making it a habit to do just that.

AJ Green and LaDarren Brown, Desoto (TX)

The Desoto powerhouse finally gets its first win of the season against South Oak Cliff. Ladarren had a BIG night as he ran all over the field using his sub 4.4 speed racking up 144 yards on only 15 carries. Brown also accounted for 2 touchdowns on the night. AJ wouldn’t be outdone by his current and future teammate though. Green put in another solid performance with a tackle and 4 pass break ups.

Final Score: Desoto 38 South Oak Cliff 9

Record: 1-2

Nick Starkel, Liberty Christian (TX)

Starkel got his team their second win before heading to Stillwater for an unofficial visit on Saturday. Nick remains pretty accurate with his balls throwing 22-31 for 258 yards and 2 touchdowns against Melissa, but a couple of mistakes on offense also led to 2 interceptions.

Final Score: Liberty Christian 21 Melissa 0

Record: 2-1

Devin Harper, Karns (TN)

Harper continued where he left off before suspension and rushed 155 yards with a touchdown on 25 carries. He also showed out on defense recording 6 tackles including 1.5 for loss. Karns is proof that one player can’t do it all no matter how talented as their team fell to Gibbs.

Final Score: Karns 25 Gibbs 33

Record 1-3

Madre Harper, Arlington Lamar (TX)

I’m beginning to think Madre Harper has never heard of a bad game. Harper continues to impress with another interception on Friday night, which makes for 3 in just 3 games. This is a guy that could really bring the WTIB mentality to Stillwater when he enrolls in the spring.

Final Score: Lamar 43 Northwest 6

Record: 3-0

Justice Hill, Booker T. Washington (OK)

Justice is another guy who is just a consistent ball player and for a thin position at OSU, it’s exactly what you want. Against an overmatched defense of Tulsa Central, Hill ran for 221 yards on 13 carries. That’s 17 yards a carry to go along with his 2 touchdowns. Now that is something that Gundy can get excited about.

Final: Washington 62 Tulsa Central 6

Record 2-0

Dillon Stoner, Jenks (OK)

The human multi-tool put on a big show for the second consecutive week. Dillon caught 9 passes for 171 yards and a pair touchdowns against a tough but young Union team.

Final: Jenks 45 Union 27

Record: 2-0

Rodarius Williams, Calvary Baptist Academy (LA)

Rodarius added another interception to his highlight reel during a win over Peabody. He also recorded 5 tackles on the night and continues to be a big part of Calvary’s loaded defense.

Final: Calvary 52 Peabody 20

Record 1-1



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